# Jingbo B. Wang

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## Pub CategoriesGeneral Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (14) Quantum Physics (5) Mathematical Physics (3) High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena (3) Mathematics - Mathematical Physics (3) Mathematics - Number Theory (2) High Energy Physics - Theory (2) Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (2) Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (1) Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (1) Physics - Computational Physics (1) Computer Science - Computers and Society (1) Physics - Instrumentation and Detectors (1) High Energy Physics - Experiment (1) Astrophysics of Galaxies (1) |

## Publications Authored By Jingbo B. Wang

A new method for compiling quantum algorithms is proposed and tested for a three qubit system. The proposed method is to decompose a a unitary matrix U, into a product of simpler U j via a neural network. These U j can then be decomposed into product of known quantum gates. Read More

Black holes are extraordinary massive objects which can be described classically by general relativity, and topological insulators are new phases of matter that could be use to built a topological quantum computer. They seem to be different objects, but in this paper, we claim that the black hole can be considered as a kind of topological insulator. For BTZ black hole in three dimensional $AdS_3$ spacetime we give two evidences to support this claim: the first evidence comes from the black hole "membrane paradigm", which says that the horizon of black hole behaves like an electrical conductor. Read More

In three dimensional spacetime with negative cosmology constant, the general relativity can be written as two copies of SO$(2,1)$ Chern-Simons theory. On a manifold with boundary the Chern-Simons theory induces a conformal field theory--WZW theory on the boundary. In this paper, it is show that with suitable boundary condition for BTZ black hole, the WZW theory can reduce to a massless scalar field on the horizon. Read More

Network centrality has important implications well beyond its role in physical and information transport analysis; as such, various quantum walk-based algorithms have been proposed for measuring network vertex centrality. In this work, we propose a continuous-time quantum walk algorithm for determining vertex centrality, and show that it generalizes to arbitrary graphs via a statistical analysis of randomly generated scale-free and Erd\H{o}s-R\'enyi networks. As a proof of concept, the algorithm is detailed on a 4-vertex star graph and physically implemented via linear optics, using spatial and polarization degrees of freedoms of single photons. Read More

This paper discusses the problem of lack of clear licensing and transparency of usage terms and conditions for research metadata. Making research data connected, discoverable and reusable are the key enablers of the new data revolution in research. We discuss how the lack of transparency hinders discovery of research data and make it disconnected from the publication and other trusted research outcomes. Read More

In this paper, we get the holographic equipartition form the first order formulism, that is, the connection and its conjugate momentum are considered to be the canonical variables. The final results have similar structure as those from the metric formulism. Read More

In this paper, we analysis the counter-term for the general relativity in the Palatini framework. The expression is valid for both the null boundary and non-null boundary. We show that final results coincide with that in Ref. Read More

We present a Mathematica package, QSWalk, to simulate the time evaluation of Quantum Stochastic Walks (QSWs) on arbitrary directed and weighted graphs. QSWs are a generalization of continuous time quantum walks that incorporate both coherent and incoherent dynamics and as such, include both quantum walks and classical random walks as special cases. The incoherent component allows for quantum walks along directed graph edges. Read More

Micro-channel plate (MCP)-based photodetectors are capable of picosecond level time resolution and sub-mm level position resolution, which makes them a perfect candidate for the next generation large area photodetectors. The large-area picosecond photodetector (LAPPD) collaboration is developing new techniques for making large-area photodetectors based on new MCP fabrication and functionalization methods. A small single tube processing system (SmSTPS) was constructed at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) for developing scalable, cost-effective, glass-body, 6 cm x 6 cm, picosecond photodetectors based on MCPs functionalized by Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD). Read More

**Authors:**Paul D. Lasky, Chiara M. F. Mingarelli, Tristan L. Smith, John T. Giblin Jr., Eric Thrane, Daniel J. Reardon, Robert Caldwell, Matthew Bailes, N. D. Ramesh Bhat, Sarah Burke-Spolaor, Shi Dai, James Dempsey, George Hobbs, Matthew Kerr, Yuri Levin, Richard N. Manchester, Stefan Osłowski, Vikram Ravi, Pablo A. Rosado, Ryan M. Shannon, Renée Spiewak, Willem van Straten, Lawrence Toomey, Jingbo Wang, Linqing Wen, Xiaopeng You, Xingjiang Zhu

Quantum fluctuations of the gravitational field in the early Universe, amplified by inflation, produce a primordial gravitational-wave background across a broad frequency band. We derive constraints on the spectrum of this gravitational radiation, and hence on theories of the early Universe, by combining experiments that cover 29 orders of magnitude in frequency. These include Planck observations of cosmic microwave background temperature and polarization power spectra and lensing, together with baryon acoustic oscillations and big bang nucleosynthesis measurements, as well as new pulsar timing array and ground-based interferometer limits. Read More

The random walk formalism is used across a wide range of applications, from modelling share prices to predicting population genetics. Likewise quantum walks have shown much potential as a frame- work for developing new quantum algorithms. In this paper, we present explicit efficient quantum circuits for implementing continuous-time quantum walks on the circulant class of graphs. Read More

In this paper, the entropy of isolated horizons in non-minimally coupling scalar field theory and in the scalar-tensor theory of gravitation is calculated by counting the degree of freedom of quantum states in loop quantum gravity. Instead of boundary Chern-Simons theory, the boundary BF theory is used. The advantages of the new approaches are that no spherical symmetry is needed, and that the final result matches exactly with the Wald entropy formula. Read More

It is shown in this paper that the symplectic form for the system consisting of $D$-dimensional bulk Palatini gravity and SO$(1,1)$ BF theory on an isolated horizon as a boundary just contains the bulk term. An alternative quantization procedure for the boundary BF theory is presented. The area entropy is determined by the degree of freedom of the bulk spin network states which satisfy a suitable boundary condition. Read More

In this paper, the isolated horizons with rotation are considered. It is shown that the symplectic form is the same as that in the nonrotating case. As a result, the boundary degrees of freedom can be also described by an SO$(1,1)$ BF theory. Read More

Pulsar timing arrays (PTAs) can be used to search for very low frequency ($10^{-9}$--$10^{-7}$ Hz) gravitational waves (GWs). In this paper we present a general method for the detection and localization of single-source GWs using PTAs. We demonstrate the effectiveness of this new method for three types of signals: monochromatic waves as expected from individual supermassive binary black holes in circular orbits, GWs from eccentric binaries and GW bursts. Read More

In this paper, the BF theory method is applied to the nonrotating isolated horizons in Lovelock theory. The final entropy matches the Wald entropy formula for this theory. We also confirm the conclusion got by Bodendorfer et. Read More

In this paper, we extend the calculation of the entropy of the nonrotating isolated horizons in 4 dimensional spacetime to that in a higher dimensional spacetime. We show that the boundary degrees of freedom on an isolated horizon can be described effectively by a punctured $SO(1,1)$ BF theory. Then the entropy of the nonrotating isolated horizon can be calculated out by counting the microstates. Read More

The "glitch crisis" of Vela-like pulsars has been a great debate recently. It might challenge the standard two-component glitch model, because large fractions of superfluid neutrons are thought to be entrained in the lattices of the crust part, then there is not enough superfluid neutrons to trigger the large glitches in Vela-like pulsars. But the amount of entrainment which could effectively constrain the fractional moment of inertia of a pulsar, is very uncertain. Read More

In this paper, we calculated the entropy of the BTZ black hole in the framework of loop quantum gravity. We got the result that the horizon degrees of freedom can be described by the 2D SO(1,1) punctured BF theory. Finally we got the area law for the entropy of BTZ black hole. Read More

We consider the nonrotating isolated horizon as an inner boundary of a four-dimensional asymptotically flat spacetime region. Due to the symmetry of the isolated horizon, it turns out that the boundary degrees of freedom can be described by a SO(1,1) BF theory with sources. This provides a new alternative approach to the usual one using Chern-Simons theory to study the black hole entropy. Read More

Gravitational wave bursts produced by supermassive binary black hole mergers will leave a persistent imprint on the space-time metric. Such gravitational wave memory signals are detectable by pulsar timing arrays as a glitch event that would seem to occur simultaneously for all pulsars. In this paper, we describe an initial algorithm which can be used to search for gravitational wave memory signals. Read More

From 2000 to 2010, monitoring of radio emission from the Crab pulsar at Xinjiang Observatory detected a total of nine glitches. The occurrence of glitches appears to be a random process as described by previous researches. A persistent change in pulse frequency and pulse frequency derivative after each glitch was found. Read More

In this paper, we consider the physical meaning of the zeros and poles of partition function. We consider three different systems, including the harmonic oscillator in one dimension, Riemann zeta function and the quasinormal modes of black hole. Read More

In this paper, we consider the nontrivial zeros of the Riemann zeta function as the eigenvalues of the Dirac operator on a fractal manifold. From the heat kernel expansion, we figure out that the fractal dimension of the manifold is about 1.1-1. Read More

In this paper, we give a generate function for the $\sigma_1$ function. Then we find some connections between the $\sigma_1$ function and the Ramanujan's tau function. We hope this connection will give some insights into the unsolved problems in classical number theory. Read More

The similarity between the Polya's conjecture and the Bonomol'nyi bound remind us to consider a physical approach to Polya's conjecture. We conjecture a duality between the waves and the soliton solutions on the surface. We consider the special case in the disc. Read More

**Category:**Quantum Physics

We study the discrete-time quantum walk-based search for a marked vertex on a graph. By considering various structures in which not all vertices are equivalent, we investigate the relationship between the successful search probability and the position of the marked vertex, in particular its centrality. We find that the maximum value of the search probability does not necessarily increase as the marked vertex becomes more central and we investigate an interesting relationship between the frequency of the successful search probability and the centrality of the marked vertex. Read More

Adinkras are a graphical tool for studying off-shell representations of supersymmetry. In this paper we efficiently classify the automorphism groups of Adinkras relative to a set of local parameters. Using this, we classify Adinkras according to their equivalence and isomorphism classes. Read More

In this paper, we consider the holograph principle emergent from noncommutative geometry, based on the spectral action principle. We show that under some appropriate conditions, the gravity theory on a manifold with boundary could be equivalent to a gauge theory $SU(N)$ on the boundary. Then an expression for $N$ with the geometrical quantities of the manifold is given. Read More

In this paper, we consider the geometrical quantities on the fuzzy sphere from the spectral point of view, such as the area and the dimension. We find that, in contract to the standard sphere, the area and the dimension are the functions of the energy scale of the fuzzy sphere. Read More